Early Bird Registration is now open for Pathology Horizons 2021: Hybrid Special!

Registration for Pathology Horizons 2021: Hybrid Special is officially open!

With less than 4 months to go and preparation well underway, we are getting excited to welcome you both in person and virtually to what will be the 7th annual Pathology Horizons conference organised by Cirdan. This year the event will take place from 9-11th September 2021 at the Slieve Donard Resort & Spa, Newcastle, Northern Ireland.

This unique event will give you the chance to learn about new technologies and procedural developments that are driving the future of pathology. The hybrid format of the event will take the form of both in person and virtual presentations from our speakers, creating a truly seamless event for all our attendees whether virtual or in-person. We have been busy working behind the scenes to create an impressive programme covering a wide range of topics from an international panel of industry experts and thought leaders.

Here is a glimpse at some of the topics you can expect to hear about: 

  • Computational Biomarkers
  • Advances in Digital Pathology
  • Slide free revolutions
  • Combined Spatial Transcriptomics
  • Patient Data from a personal perspective
  • Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging

We are also offering a 20% discount for everyone for our Early Bird registration (ends 3rd August 2021). Please use Promo code: EB20.

We are also offering a concession rate of 25% discount for NHS Staff, Public Health Organisations, Biomedical Scientists and students only*). Please use Promo code: Concessiondiscount25.

*Please note you will only be allowed to use 1 discount. (Double discounts do not apply)** Please note: Given the boutique nature of this conference places to attend are limited, so please book early to guarantee your place.**

We look forward to welcoming you either in-person or virtually to our hybrid event.

Stay safe,

Team Cirdan

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